why when I use gtk_widget_destroy in a GtkListBoxRow if Row is selected, the row-selected signal is issued again but row-activated does not happen.
Because you (un)selected the row. Why would it be activated? It’s just being destroyed.
I think he emits the signal again because it returns a null GtkListBoxRow. The documentation says:
The ::row-selected signal is emitted when a new row is selected, or (with a
row ) when the selection is cleared.
Thanks my friend
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